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Little Girls in Pretty Boxes (1997)

A gymnast moves to a gym where the top coach in the US is and has difficulties adjusting.

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Allison Bryant
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Katie Bryant
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Peter Bryant
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Greg Radkin
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Betty Parker
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David Cline
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Terri Haynes
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Tina Weston
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Dana Parker
Aimee Walker ...
Diana Cline
Tracy Nicole Kerestes ...
Stephanie Weston
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Tracy Dunne
Jennifer Paternoster ...
Pamela Jackson
Jennifer Mitschel ...
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A gymnast moves to a gym where the top coach in the US is and has difficulties adjusting.

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19 January 1997 (USA)  »

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Framgångens pris  »

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Frightening
25 February 2006 | by See all my reviews

Good movie, with good acting, but a very scary look at how coaches are allowed to treat the children under their care by the irresponsible "stage parents" who care more about their kids "making it" than they do about the kids themselves.

Swoozie Kurtz was wonderful, as usual! Great acting, going from a truly caring mom, to a pushy shrew, and finally back to a loving, responsible parent. Phillip Casnoff truly made you hate him! And Courtney Peldon is a very good young actress! And I can't say enough about young Aimee Walker...THAT girl is a REAL inspiration...not just a cute little girl looking pretty and turning flips, but a wonderfully strong human being! I agree with the reviewer who said that a better ending would have been for the mom who finally came to her senses and got her kid away from that maniac coach. And as to the reviewer who thinks "the ends justifies the means" (treatment that bordered on verbal abuse and a lack of regard for the health and safety of his athletes), I can only hope that he never has children....


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